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I'm working on a name for a comic and I need your help! The comic will feature: bondage, the internet, psychology... and me and you! So here are the options: 

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A bit ago I had a deviant interested in making her (or his) own erotica, but she (or he) was running into this issue:   they wanted it to feel deep, to feel like it had substance.   They were asking me about it, and I marked it as something I wanted to respond to, but thought it might be nice to respond to it in a journal entry.

A few things to consider when making your erotica:

1.)  If you want a piece of erotica that has substance, it will follow much of the advice for writing in general.   Things like...
     A.)   Make sure no one is exactly as they seem.   People who are exactly what they show to the world... that's a rarity.   And boring.   You want to surprise people.   You want to make the person who seemed trustworthy... dangerous.   You want to make the person who seemed dangerous... show their compassion.   That's interesting, and that will give your piece interest.
     B.)  Flip between success and failure, good and bad, in scenes.   Stories where characters experience nothing but success in their endeavors... again, it gets repetitive.  It takes all the surprise, all the interest out of the work.   Nothing but failure, nihilistic.  For example: Samus finds a screw and frees herself (success), but when she tries to jump out of the cage she trips and falls into the lava (failure)
    C.)  Change.   That's the point of any the majority of good stories.   You want the character to be arcing from something toward something.   In Material Girl Noah arcs from being callous to the plight of others to becoming not just aware, but empathic towards others.

2.)  Use your work to explore a problem, something you're afraid of, or a tension in your real life.

    All art is metaphor, or a tool, for you to explore tension and issues in your real life.   Material Girl was my process of exploring how my friends, family, romantic interests, and the world at large, would respond if I was spontaneously forced to transition.   It was something I was struggling with in real life, and I used my art to explore it.  By using metaphor, by making your "Gender" into a Ribbon or abstracting it, you can get some distance on it and give it some real thought.
   So find the things that engage you, and probe those ideas.   Rape fantasies "tie in" to feelings of wanting to be desirable (on the part of being taken) and addressing fears of inadequacy (on the part of the one doing the taking).   Vore connects with consumerism as well as feelings of loving something so much you could "literally eat you up".   Use the project, the art, as a platform for you to explore your own feelings, experiences and thoughts on the issue and the piece will resonate.

3.)  Give thought to the girl.

   Because it so often IS the girl who is being reduced to an image, her body parts, etc.   I think it's easier for me, being a girl, to do this.   It gives me a bit of an edge.   But anyone with an ounce of empathy can do this.   What is her reaction to the situation?   How is this serving her needs?   Imagine the women you know in your life and think:  if they were in the situation you're depicting, how would they react?   If Zelda is tied up and forced to dress as Gerudo, is she (as Zelda) Irate?  Embarrassed?   Does the demon being pulled into the angel's sexual "sanctuary"... is she resisting a temptation that she secretly wants?   How might this encounter tie into her larger context in terms of her life, her relationships, her profession.   Give it consideration.

That's about all I can say on the subject.   Think about it like you'd think about any good story, use it to explore yourself and the world, and give the object of desire consideration.   If anyone has any specific questions, I'll do my best to respond or provide examples of what I'm talking about.  Otherwise, go forth and make great erotica!



Noa Page
Artist | Professional | Digital Art
United States
Here are some factoids. Enjoy!
1.) I'm a girl. I'm also transgender.
2.) If you want to better understand that and how to treat me, check out this article….
3.) I do a lot of bondage art. I'm also a feminist. Consent is at the core of healthy sex play and there are healthy ways to be both interested in power exchange and a supporter of gender equality.
4.) I'm spiritual, but not religious..
5.) If you have any questions, feel free to note me. Just be considerate.



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nomorezombies Featured By Owner 16 hours ago
i would like to remind our nation's youth to burn their mcdonald abd burger king cups after use so mobsters cant hide IEDs in them
balquisnoor Featured By Owner 6 days ago  New member
Like your pics Hug
Sitinuramjah Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hello,, i want say really thank you for  the fave  about"TottemoLuckymanArt::Triple Shouriman2"
Markotxe Featured By Owner Edited Nov 11, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
10x for your faves ! Didn't you look at my "more fetish pictures" gallery ?
we-r-nomad Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2014
Everything I've seen here of late has been excellent. Your drawings, your journals, your polls--all top notch.

Just thought I'd take a moment to express that. :nod:
HeartGear Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks so much Nomad!   Coming from you, that means a lot!

Right back atcha with what you've been posting ^^
DiamondSeer Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2014
Behave yourself, machine!
we-r-nomad Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2014
What are you on about? :confused:
DiamondSeer Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2014
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Reimon-Master-II Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014

I just discovered your gallery and I've been seeing more of your drawings, I just speechless, you're an amazing artist! I could not comment on all your work, it would be impossible for me to find words to describe how great you are!

good job and keep it up!
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